Discussion in 'Shave School' started by Primotenore, Jan 31, 2021.
Good luck with the roof leak Charlie.
Thank you Danny! The Gillette Redtip is a fine shaver for my 1 day growth, but I wouldn't use it beyond that time frame.
I think it is a privacy issue and no one can force you to be vaccinated.
Very nice shave, setup and pic Joe!
I did a swap with a guy at work who uses Dollar Shave Club 6 blade jobs (made by Dorco).
I found I could successfully use them and if I had the kind of Kentucksylvania blood in me that would lead ME to ‘jump the fence’, that is what I’d go for.
@clint64 Congrats on kicking the nicotine habit and maintaining it for 7 years Clint!
The great news is you get to live longer so you can enjoy your family, friends and buy more shaving supplies.
Thanks Patrick! No heat is a bummer!
I am sure you will find the source Charlie.
You have to vaccinate your child or they cannot attend school. They will force this on the population. Israel is already requiring it for entry into their country.
I will not take the vaccine.
I'm right there with you. According to the CDC my age bracket has a 99.5 percent of survival if Covid is contracted. Anyway...enough about this.
I just want to reiterate that it is a personal decision to choose whether to get the 2 C-19 shots. I will not make any judgements because people have different beliefs and circumstances that would warrant them to take the shot or forego it.
Thanks guys. Did I say I despise roof leaks more than glue dots, granules in soap, and spinning pucks?
I'll stay with the 6-blade jobs until I can find some 9-blade jobs. I keep a cart handy for travel or in the shower for days when I need a quick shave. After I found the Dorcos, I latched on to some Trac II's. Those are less expensive, and they work just as well for me. I have a light beard, so I can shave with pretty much anything and get good results.
One day we should take a road trip to see @Paul Turner in Massachippissippi. I heard they have some nice Piggly Wiggly's up in that neck o' the woods.
Could not agree more Joe.
Wow, sorry to hear that in your new home, Charlie. Hopefully you get it solved pronto.
I'm pretty sure this isn't true.
Thanks Jason. I'm sure it will be a simple fix, but it is frustrating. Thankfully, we were at home to catch it before it caused any damage. We've had some unusually heavy rain and flash flooding here in the last couple of days.
I think the whole discussion around vaccine management, governance and personal rights is pretty much going to end up in an even more political conversation than it is currently at. I think this is a pretty good place to leave it at.
Great news Charlie!
It's crazy. In Utah anyone 65+ can be vaccinated same day. In fact, Thursday Utah opened up to certain medical conditions, I made a few calls and had my wife get her first shot by 6 PM that day. She stood in a very long socially distanced line for 90 minutes, but she got it. However, the next day, my sister with type 1 diabetes walked in and out in 27 minutes start to finish. My wife and I expect Utah to open up to more groups this week. Honestly I'm shocked.
There's light at the end of the tunnel but I still pray for you and Kathy. Kathy more than you, but I'm sure you understand.
Matt, the death rate from this virus was 0.5 % all across the board so it is true.
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